Despite the team losing over the weekend, No. 24 Maryland gymnastics had two of its gymnasts receive Big Ten weekly recognition for their performances.
On Tuesday, the conference announced that senior Emma Silberman was named Co-Big Ten Gymnast of the Week and freshman Madeline Komoroski was named Co-Big Ten Freshman of the Week.
Silberman led the way for Maryland performance-wise, tying for the top all-around score at the team’s meet against Minnesota with a score of 39.325, also scoring 9.900 on the floor and 9.850 in vault. Komoroski had a career-best performance on the floor, scoring 9.925, which helped the Terps earn a team score of 49.450, their highest score on the floor in six years.
The Terps will look to make a statement when they are back in action on Friday at 8 p.m. to take part in the Big Five Meet against Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Penn State in Lincoln, Nebraska.
In other news
Sam Oshtry recapped Maryland men’s basketball’s blowout win over Minnesota, its 10th victory in Big Ten play.
Oshtry and Ben Dickson hosted the latest episode of the Testudo Times Podcast.
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Maryland men’s lacrosse wished its former players good luck heading into the PLL Championship Series.
Maryland women’s lacrosse senior midfielder Shaylan Ahearn has made her mark in the history books with 200 career draw controls, becoming only the sixth-ever Terp to reach that feat.
Only the 6th Terp EVER to record 2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ draw controls— Maryland Women's Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) February 22, 2023
Shay Ahearn pic.twitter.com/Rf1OfMhWj6
No. 13 Maryland men’s baseball shared the collection of grand slams that it hit this past weekend in Tampa.
Maryland women’s tennis came in at No. 33 in the ITA rankings, the first time the team has been ranked in six years.